Phil Ware continues his thoughts on becoming JesuShaped disciples, this week focusing on the horrors of the litany of spiritual abuse cases in the news and how different they are from Jesus’ definition of a JesuShaped leader and godly shepherd.
10/21/2021 by Phil Ware
Tim Woodroof continues his series on the ways we need to freshen our approach to church if we are going to connect with people in today's world and how we react to our own church issues.
06/22/2014 by Tim Woodroof
Rubel Shelly reminds us to live life expecting it to be an adventure with Jesus in which we are surprised and learn new things again and again.
05/04/2012 by Rubel Shelly
Phil Ware continues his series on Outside the Walls, looking at Nicodemus and the Samaritan woman at the well and reminding us that they are more alike than they are different: both need Jesus and his truth, life, and love.
02/19/2012 by Phil Ware
Russ Lawson takes a gag gift he received from his kids and reminds us that it is OK to be an old coot if this means being different from the world.
12/06/2011 by Russ Lawson
Tom Norvell reflects on Apple founder Steve Job's retirement and reminds us to think differently.
09/05/2011 by Tom Norvell
God calls us to be weird, different, to be like Christ who died outside the camp to help those caught inside to find his glory and grace.
04/29/2007 by Alan Smith
Every child is different and important and special and we need to learn to appreciate each one for their uniqueness.
03/16/2007 by Paul Faulkner
So often we don't try new things and stay stuck in our rut rather than seeing God's opportunities and call to be God's people.
02/04/2007 by Mike Barres
Byron talks about the differences between men and women in marriage and compares them with bananas and avocados.
02/01/2007 by Byron Ware